Section 11-51-153

Dissolution of injunction; reinstatement of injunction.

After judgment is entered against the respondent as provided by the terms of this division, an existing injunction shall not be dissolved until the judgment and court costs taxed against the respondent are satisfied and paid in full, unless the petitioner and respondent have agreed in writing on a lesser amount necessary to satisfy the judgment and court costs, or until the respondent shall have appealed and shall have executed a supersedeas bond to stay the execution of the judgment, in the manner provided by the Alabama Rules of Appellate Procedure.

All laws governing appeals from money judgments are made applicable to this division except as they may be contrary to any provision in this section.

If the appeal is taken and the case reversed, the injunction existing at the time of the appeal shall automatically be reinstated without the intervention of the circuit court unless the appellate court otherwise directs.

(Acts 1936-37, Ex. Sess., No. 152, p. 169; Code 1940, T. 37, §763; Act 2006-586, p. 1548, §2.)